Why Does GW Bush Favor Illegal Aliens Over Americans?

6 04 2007

Cross posted from Illegal Aliens Must Go


by John W. Lillpop

Does George W. Bush ever read objective news about the impact that “good hearted, hardworking” illegal aliens are having in America?

Is he aware of the fact that Los Angeles, the illegal alien capitol of America, is now also the gang capitol as well?

Moreover, is our out-of-touch president even vaguely aware of the following facts and figures from the Los Angeles Times and other news outlets:

* 40% of workers in Los Angeles County work for cash and pay no taxes, because they are predominantly illegal aliens without green cards.

* 95% of murder warrants issued in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.

* 75% of those on the “most wanted” list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.

* Over 67% of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal aliens.
(Mexican births paid for by U.S. taxpayers.)

* Nearly 25% of all inmates in California detention centers are here illegally.

* Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.

* 50% of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border, according to FBI reports.

* 60% of all occupants in HUD properties are illegal aliens.

* 21 radio stations in Los Angeles are Spanish-language.

* In Los Angeles County, 5.1 million people speak English, while
3.9 million speak Spanish.

* Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29% are on welfare.

* In 1997, the net cost of immigration to American taxpayers was $70 billion. The lifetime fiscal impact (taxes paid minus services received) for the average adult Mexican immigrant is a negative number.

* 29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens.

During a time of war, our president should be acting to protect the American people by securing our borders, enforcing all immigration laws, and by deporting those here illegally.

Why is George W. Bush more concerned about third-world peasants from Mexico than he is about tax-paying, patriotic American citizens?

The big question: Has George W. Bush suffered an emotional or mental breakdown? Is he unfit–or MORE unfit–for office?

How else to explain Bush’s mindless drive to destroy America?

John Lillpop is a recovering liberal

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4 responses

20 01 2008
americanchaos

To anonnimus
your question was Should immigration laws be strengthened, and why?

Thats really is a easy question and I could give you a hundreds of answers but I will leave the most important one here for you, first off a nation at war closes it’s borders.

If thousands of penniless illegal immigrants can walk across our borders daily, why can’t well-trained and financed terrorists do the same?
I don’t know about you but I don’t want to see another 9/11 in this country.
Homeland Security starts at the border.

20 01 2008
americanchaos

We have immigration laws in this country, and if you violate those laws by coming to this country illegally then you are an illegal alien – period.

19 01 2008
kimberly

People are sick from their hearts to treat mexicans as if they were nothing. They are the ones who do all the hard and nasty jobs and for what? For scant wages. Whom ever reads this and is aginst just keep this in mind. Cause guilt will follow u till the day that you die, knowing you a part of the society trying to keep taking a better life from some one who is the same as every other human being.

19 01 2008
anonnimus

sorry i dont have a comment but, i do have a question? Why is it that most americans give mexicans the title of criminals or at least make them seem bad. Its so un fair. All people from all ethnic raices are humas therefor they should all be treated the same no different. One more question for whom it concerns is, Should immigration laws be strengthened, and why?

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